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    "I didn't want to need you. But I did. I do."

    Brie is tired of rescuing Trey from the situations he gets himself in after each concert when the groupies flock to the side door, hoping for a glimpse of the sexy drummer. She understands this was part of her job, but his arrogant attitude and destructive behavior were wreaking havoc with her life. They are like night and day, oil and water and will never be on the same page. Trey is tired of Brie judging him for his behavior, because she doesn’t know him at all. She just assumed he was a big partier who spent all his time with his eager and willing fans. The band and the music are his family and the most important part of his life. Trey loses himself in the music each night and the songs tell a story with each note that is sung, and with every beat of his drumsticks. Brie can think what she wants, but he didn’t need a babysitter and he certainly didn’t need her. But what if they did need each other, but couldn’t admit their feelings? “If we could take the time To lay it on the line I could rest my head Just knowing you were mine” (November Rain, by Guns and Roses) Once again, Ms. Nathan has given us another romantic and emotional tale in her Rockstar Romance series, which I absolutely love. Her series is special and unique because the band members are not only friends, but they are a family, who are always there for one another. They aren’t afraid to show their emotions and they treat women with respect and gentleness. I was moved by the romance that slowly grew between Trey and Brie, and I laughed and cried along with them on their journey.
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    an entertaining rockstar romance

    Rockstar romances are some of my favorite reads and as this field is saturated, it can be difficult to find a book that doesn’t fit into a cookie cutter formula. Treyton is a breath of fresh air with its engaging storyline, captivating characters, and a beautiful style of writing that is sure draw you in right from the beginning. This is book that you will want to devour in one sitting and will leave you with a smile on your face as you follow Treyton and Brielle’s somewhat rocky journey towards HEA. He is a tattooed and pierced, fun-loving rocker and she is a hardworking, trendy suit publicist. Could the two be any different? Treyton, the drummer of Savage Beasts, is the playboy “screw up” of the band and Brielle, as the band’s publicist, cleans up his messes. I found Treyton’s character to be endearing as he is self-assured, but has a hidden depth to him that not many see given his childhood history. As for Brielle, I wasn’t sure if I was going to like her based off of how her character behaved in Kozart, but she won me over. She comes across as confident and stuck up, but she also has an underlying vulnerability about her. These two are seemingly opposites and yet, they are perhaps more alike than different. There is a push pull between them and they are frequently at odds with each other, but they are also so good together. It was entertaining to see how their relationship evolved from tenuous frenemies to lovers. This book has the perfect combination of drama, romance, steam, and rock ’n’ roll. The story flows well and it will seem like a quick read because it is impossible to not fall in love with these characters. Treyton is book 2 in this author’s Savage Beasts series and it can be read as a standalone - you will not be lost. However, I do recommend reading Kozart as it is also a phenomenal read and because there is a bit of character overlap. I thoroughly enjoyed this rockstar romance and I am looking forward to more of this author’s books. I received an early complimentary version of this book.

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